• Editorial Advisory Committee

    Editorial Advisory Committee

    Thank you for your interest in serving on the ACFE Editorial Advisory Committee. The application process is currently closed.

    The purpose of the Editorial Advisory Committee is to ensure that articles published in Fraud Magazine meet high professional standards in keeping with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners' global leadership position in fraud examination and allied disciplines.


    The committee shall be composed of not less than 12 members. However, the size of the committee shall remain flexible to meet the editor's changing requirements over time. Members of the committee shall be selected and appointed by the editor in chief of Fraud Magazine.

    Current Committee Members

    • Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, Chair
    • Jane Amling, CFE
    • Emmanuel A. Appiah, Ph.D., CFE, CPA, CFF, CGMA
    • Richard Brody, Ph.D., CFE, CPA
    • Sezer Bozkus, CFE, CRMA, CFSA, CIA
    • Jeimy J. Cano, Ph.D, CFE, CAS
    • Courtney Castelino, CFE, CPA, CA, BCV, CFF
    • Franklin Davenport, CFE
    • Chris Dogas, CFE, CPA
    • David J. Clements, CFE
    • Peter D Goldmann, CFE
    • Katya Hirose, J.D., CFE, CAMS
    • Robert Holtfreter, Ph.D., CFE
    • Robert Kardell, CFE, CPA
    • Thomas Cheney Lawson, CFE, CIA
    • Philip C. Levi, CFE, CPA, FCA
    • Robert Loh, CFE, CFCS, CIRA
    • Larry Marks, CFE, CISA, PMP, CISSP, CSTE
    • Jimmy S. Pappas, CFE
    • Cecily Raiborn, Ph.D, CFE, CMA, CPA
    • Dorothy Riggs, CFE
    • Elizabeth Rossen, CFE
    • Daniel Semick, MPA, CFE, CGFM
    • Rob E. Shaff, CFE
    • Katharina Shamai, CFE, CIA, CA, IIA
    • Herbert Snyder, Ph.D, CFE
    • Stephane Vuille, CFE, PCI

    Specific Duties 

    Establish and apply appropriate standards of professional quality for material published in Fraud Magazine and formulate such editorial policies as will ensure the journal's continuing quality.

    Provide the editor in chief of Fraud Magazine with an advisory panel of competent members to review articles and manuscripts submitted for publication. Generally two members shall review each article submitted. However, the plan for using the panel shall remain flexible to meet the editor's changing requirements over time.

    Provide recommendations to the editor and staff on maintaining and improving quality of the journal product, content, and procedures to ensure proper double-blind review and control of the editorial process;

    Submit article ideas and occasional articles to the editor.

    Develop an appropriate post-publication quality assessment system for timely feedback of member and public perceptions of the magazine.


    Meetings may be conducted in person or by conference call. The committee chair shall give reasonable notice to all committee members of the place, day, time and purpose or purposes for any committee meeting.


    Term of Office
    Terms of members are open-ended.